Set in the heart of the Wye Valley, officially designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Monmouth's Roman and Medieval beginnings, Georgian mansions and Victorian courtyards provide the perfect backdrop for the day visitor or those seeking a longer break.
Throw in the impressively large village green and the chance to walk, climb and paddle your way around the surrounding hills and the rivers Wye and Monnow and you've got the makings of the complete break from the rigours of city life in a small country town with a big country attitude.
As a town for all seasons, our markets and shops throb with life during the day. During the evening, the towns' pubs, clubs and halls tap to the beat of a huge variety of social events.
Monmouth's location makes it the perfect centre for touring, sight-seeing and sampling the activities and attractions of the nearby villages, towns and cities.
With a host of different eateries in Monmouth there are tastes and atmospheres to suit your taste.
Whether you fancy Indian, Mexican or traditional English pub grub the choice is there!
A guide to the area and how to get here.
Monmouth Library is situated in the Victorian Rolls Hall which was originally given to the people of Monmouth for use as a lecture Hall and theatre by the Rolls Family in 1888. It was refurbished and became a library in 1992.
Things To Do
A selection of some of the vast array of activities available in the county. From horse riding to paragliding, if you've got the energy we've got the facilities!
Check out what our twin towns are like.
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